Re: how long do kevlar drive belts last?
Thanks Mapbike. I will try that.
Thanks. Gearnut. I don't ride in dust. I do pedal before I touch the throttle. I find that the only way I can avoid the slippage is to tighten the nut that holds the tensioner arm in place. The instructions say not to tighten it, hut if I don't make it dead tight, it slips gradually and with that the belt starts slipping too.